Summits on the Air (SOTA)
I was introduced to SOTA at my local radio club. If you are
into walking, especially enjoying a bit of hill walking, the SOTA programme
encourages you to take portable amateur radio gear with you to the hilltop to
Other radio amateurs will be keen to make radio contact with you
and short wave listeners can participate too, earning points.
Apart from the radio aspect you will discover new places and come
across beautiful scenery with often a stunning view from the summit.
So why not give it a try on your next holiday?
I hope you will enjoy the photographs of my 2010 holiday, as
(hill)walker, SOTA chaser, SWL or casual reader of these pages.
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Subtopics: 2010 SOTA Tour CYM Brandy Hill CYM Coity Mountain CYM Mynydd Cynros CYM Mynydd-y-Betws CYM Pen-crug-Melyn IRL Ballincurra IRL Ballinveny Hill IRL Brandon Hill IRL Cashlaundrumlhan IRL Cappaghabaun IRL Cooneen Hill IRL Coppanagh IRL Devilsbit Mntn. IRL Foildarg Hill IRL Forth Mountain IRL Killoshulan IRL Knockalough IRL Knockanuarha IRL Knockbane IRL Maghera IRL Mauherslieve IRL Moylussa IRL Rossmore Hill IRL Silvermine Mntn. IRL Slievecallan IRL Slievecarran IRL Slieve Elva IRL Slievekimalta IRL Woodcock Hill